Words nearby Leghorn
How to use Leghorn in a sentence
“They killed Foghorn Leghorn, right in front of his teammates,” says one historian.
Dreyfuss enthusiastically deploys the Foghorn Leghorn manner of the mid-19th century pre-microphone politician.
Her plain purple coat and wide Leghorn hat, with black ribbons, had the effect not of elegance, but of insignificance.
A pair of brown eyes were gravely fixed on her from under the shade of the Leghorn hat.
I don't blame the youngsters for getting off from Leghorn for two days over here in town when they can.
It was in Leghorn, where he was on board a yacht called the Lola, of which he represented himself as owner.
At Leghorn the ship lay for a month,—the first period of repose since she went into commission, a year and a half before.The Life of Nelson, Vol. I (of 2)|A. T. (Alfred Thayer) Mahan